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Lesson Posted on 15 Oct Language/Foreign Language/Spanish Language/Male tutor

Greetings And Salutations (Spanish)

Arif Akhtar

I have my diploma in Spanish Language besides that I am pursuing my Advance level.I have a keen interest...

Hi friends, here I am going to present you all some basic vocabs of Spanish the third widely spoken language of this world. 1)Hola- Hi, Hello 2)Buenos días - Good Morning 3)Buenas tardes - Good Evening 4)Buenas Noches - Good Night 5)Adiós - Byee 6) ¿Cómo estás?... read more

Hi friends, here I am going to present you all some basic vocabs of Spanish the third widely spoken language of this world.

1)Hola- Hi, Hello

2)Buenos días - Good Morning

3)Buenas tardes - Good Evening

4)Buenas Noches - Good Night

5)Adiós - Byee

6) ¿Cómo estás? - How are you?

Reply- Estoy Bien - I am good.

7) ¿Qué haces? - What are you doing?

Reply- Nada - Nothing

Estoy comiendo- I am eating.

8)¿Dónde estás? - Where are you?

Reply - Estoy en el Mercado- I am in the market.

9) ¿Qué hora es?- What is the time?

Reply- Son las ten de la mañana.

It's 10 o'clock in the morning.

10) Adiós, ten un supér día a todos.

Byee, have a super to all.

It's just an example of the greetings and questions that we make in Spanish. There are a lot more you have to come across to be proficient at Spanish. See you soon.

Adiós a todos

 

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Lesson Posted on 06 Oct Language Language/Foreign Language

Greetings in French

Amit Ghosh

I have spent 14 years in a francophone country. Hence i had acquired sufficient knowledge of French....

French - Greetings French English translation 1. Se saluer! 1. Greetings! Salut! Bonjour! Bonsoir! Bonne nuit! Au revoir! A bientôt! Hi! Good morning/day! Good evening! Good night! See you later! 2. - Bonjour Madame! 2.... read more

French -  Greetings

 

 

French

English translation

1. Se saluer!

1. Greetings!

Salut!
Bonjour!
Bonsoir!
Bonne nuit!
Au revoir!
A bientôt!

Hi!
Good morning/day!
Good evening! 
Good night!
See you later!

2. - Bonjour Madame!

2. - Good morning Madam!

Bonjour Madame,
Bonjour Monsieur,
Bonjour à tous!

Bonjour Madame,
Bonjour Monsieur,
Bonjour à vous!

Good morning madam!
Good morning Sir,
Good morning everyone!

Good morning madam!
Good morning Sir,
Good morning to you!

3. La France!

3. France!

Bonjour Madame,
Bonjour Monsieur,
Bonjour à tous!
Bonjour à vous!

Good morning madam!
Good morning Sir,
Good morning everyone!
Good morning to you!

4. Au revoir!

4. Goodbye!

Salut! 
Bonjour! 
Bonsoir! 
Au revoir! 
Bonne nuit!

Hi!
Good morning/day!
Good evening!
Goodbye!
Good night!

 

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Lesson Posted on 23 Sep Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Some Important Questions in French

Amit Ghosh

I have spent 14 years in a francophone country. Hence i had acquired sufficient knowledge of French....

1 Quel âge as-tu ? How old are you ? In French you say "to HAVE a number of years". 2 J'ai 25 ans. I'm 25 years old. Literally: I have 25 years. 3 Parlez-vous français ? Do you speak French ? Another way to ask the... read more

 

1

Quel âge as-tu ?

How old are you ?

In French you say "to HAVE a number of years".

2

J'ai 25 ans.

I'm 25 years old.

Literally: I have 25 years.

3

Parlez-vous français ?

Do you speak French ?

Another way to ask the same questions is:
“Est-ce que vous parlez français ?” or
“Vous parlez français ?” (rising intonation)

4

Oui, je parle un peu.

Yes, I speak a bit.

 

5

Non, Je ne parle pasfrançais.

No, I don't speak French.

To make a negative French sentence, you must follow the "ne + verb
+ pas
" structure. In spoken French you can omit the "ne" word. Eg.
Je parle pas français. J'ai pas mes clés (I don't have my keys).

6

Tu parles bien anglais.

You speak well English .

The "s" you must add while conjugating (the second person singular, that is you (tu) ). This "s" in "parles" is silent, so you don't pronounce it. 

7

Je te présente Marie. C'est une amie.

Let me introduce you to Marie.
She is a friend of mine.

Lit: I introduce you to Marie. It is a friend.

8

Enchanté !

Nice to meet you !

Lit: Delighted (by meeting you). You may also hear: "Ravi." or "Ravi de faire votre connaissance." 

9

Comment allez-vous ?

How do you do ?

A polite way of asking how someone is.

10

Ca va, merci.

I'm fine, thank you.

Lit: It goes. You can also say "Je vais bien." (I'm going (doing) well.)

11

Tout va bien, merci.

Everything is fine, thank you.

Tout is conjugated as the 3rd person singular. 

12

Je ne comprends pas.

I don't understand.

The verb "comprendre": to understand.

13

C'est un plaisir de faire votre connaissance.

It's really nice to meet you.

Lit: It is a pleasure to make your acquaintance.

14

Je suis américain. (man)

Je suis américaine. (woman)

I am American.

In general, you need to add “e” to an adjective to get the feminine form. There are two genders in French: masculine and feminine. Thus: "unaméricain" but "uneaméricaine", "un ami anglais" but "une amiefrançaise".  

15

Vous êtes français

Vous êtes française.

You are French.

In formal speech to be polite with people you don’t know (adults), you need to use “Vous”, the plural form of the personal pronoun, instead of the informal "tu" reserved for the people you know, your friends and the people younger than you in general.

16

Tu es américain et elle est anglaise.

You are French.

Between friends, kids and people you know you use “tu” (you).

17

J’habite à New York.

I live in New York.

Verb “habiter” means “to live”. Je + habite becomes
“J’habite”, the “h” is silent here.

18

Où habitez-vous ?

Where do you live ?

The formal way of asking questions in French is to
switch the verb and the subject. But there are other
more common ways to ask questions: by adding "est-ce que"
or simply raising your intonation ?

19

On habite aux Etats-Unis.

Nous habitons aux Etas-Unis.

We live in the United States.

“On” is the common ways of saying “we” or “nous” in French.
In spoken French you will hear "on" instead of "nous" 99% of
the time.

20

Je m’appelle John.

My name is John.

Literally “I call myself John”. “s’appeler” (se appeler) is one of the “pronominal verbs” which are very common in Romance languages.
“S’appeler" is also the verb with the “er” ending, the simplest and the most common type of verb to conjugate. Look at the difference between this sentence (7) and the next one (8) in terms of conjugation. You need to add "s" in the second person singular. The pronunciation stays the same however. 

21

Comment t’appelles-tu ?

Comment tu t'appelles(intonation)

What's your name ?

Literally “How do you call yourself ?” te + appelles = t'appelles. There can't be two vowels next to each other. It makes the pronunciation easier. 

22

D’où viens-tu ?

Where do you come from ? /
Where are you from ?

“Tu viens” comes from the verb “venir”, to come.

23

Je viens du Royaume Uni.

I come from the United Kingdom.

“venir de” (to come from) + le Royaume Uni = venirdu
Royaume Uni. So, "de + le" = du.

 

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Answered on 08 Oct Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Daljeet k.

French Language Tutor

je pratique is a good book, alter ego c1 , i think you should read newspaper and native stuff to be through with the exam plus various sites are having exercises. francais facile is also a good option
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Answered on 16 Sep Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Sumedha T.

Alter Ego <<C1>> gives a variety of articles and vocabulary that will guide you through C1. Of course, you will have to do more research online after going through the book to make yourself familiar with the level.
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Answered on 29 Sep Language/Foreign Language/Russian Language

Debarati Banerjee

???????????. Zdarstvuiche..
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Answered on 28/11/2015 Language/Foreign Language/Russian Language

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'hello' is ???????????'/ 'zdrastvuite', and 'privet'/'??????' is informal greeting for 'hi'
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